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Summary of Cal Poly's history up to 1966, including an interview with its presiding, and most influential, President, Julian McPhee. </br> [00:00:00] Leader </br> [00:00:13] Aerial shot of campus with introduction </br> [00:00:38] Beginning of history narration over shot of flags </br> [00:01:04] Early photos of administration buildings with description of grounds </br> [00:01:46] Photo of first staff </br> [00:02:12] First World War effect on Cal Poly discussion </br> [00:02:47] Early photos continue with construction and expansion </br> [00:03:21] Early photos continue with discussion of gender segregation </br> [00:03:53] Julian A. McPhee takes presidency </br> [00:05:02] McPhee's administration discussed further with expansion of classes </br> [00:05:49] Vince Ray with interview with Julian McPhee </br> [00:06:12] McPhee discusses early thoughts and feelings regarding Cal Poly </br> [00:07:50] McPhee continues talking about the state of Cal Poly in the 1930s </br> [00:08:50] Brief aerial shot of campus before discussion of Vorhees units </br> [00:09:44] Cal Poly's four-year expansion in 1940 </br> [00:10:04] Discussion of effect of Second World War on Cal Poly </br> [00:10:36] Shots of campus from 1940s - buildings, tractors, cows, fields </br> [00:11:02] Kellogg Campus discussed </br> [00:11:41] Cal Poly in the Fifties </br> [00:11:54] Aerial shot of campus over discussion of Fifties expansion </br> [00:12:33] Military parade drill shots </br> [00:12:46] Re-admission of women to campus </br> [00:13:14] 1960: The Space Age; aerial footage continues as does campus development </br> [00:13:50] Shots of campus from 1960s </br> [00:14:10] Campus footage continues over narration of future Cal Poly expansion </br> [00:14:52] Learn By Doing emphasized in college philosophy, shots of animals and campus </br> [00:15:13] Footage of individual students walking around campus </br> [00:16:08] Footage of students continues </br> [00:17:05] Facts about ranking of Cal Poly over more shots of campus </br> [00:17:50] Projected expansion of Cal Poly </br> [00:18:30] Vince Ray with interview with Julian McPhee </br> [00:18:43] McPhee talks about his ideas for the future of Cal Poly </br> [00:21:10] McPhee on Cal Poly becoming co-educational </br> [00:22:06] McPhee on foreign interest in Cal Poly and international research </br> [00:23:36] McPhee on good citizenship of students </br> [00:23:47] Footage of administration building briefly </br> [00:24:18] Vince Ray thanks sponsors of programs </br> [00:24:42] Campus footage continues as music swells to conclusion </br> [00:25:24] End of footage </br> Typed note on can: From Don McCaleb May 1967. KSBY-TV made this film on history of Cal Poly - includes interview with President McPhee. 28 minutes. Made April 1966. Magnetic sound track. Handwritten note: (Use only with special equipment)
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